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to him three times. >> the secretary of state john kerry was next to mike and we were on the other side. >> that was mike. john kerry kept trying to talk to him. finally with two outs left, barnacle turned around like this and smiled. >> it's not a normal experience. let's get to some of the other news after nine minutes into the show. >> we have to talk quickly about cardinals. >> of course. >> incredible organization. over the past decade the sox and cardinals have won five out of ten world series, and you can't say enough about this cardinals team who may have been a better baseball team. >> peter knows the internals better than i do but these are two great old franchises, red sox and cardinals. that added to the alure of the series. >> to me two best baseball cities in the united states. but they played in the world series four times in my lifetime. it's my remarkable. irish i remember 2004. it got to the eighth inning and 2,000 more than this outside of the ballpark. they opened the gates and let all the people in so they could watch the red sox in. cardinals are the only team that
. at the same time, secretary of state john kerry was in cairo today engaging in a bit of a delicate diplomatic dance with the military government that removed morsi from power. more from nbc's chief foreign correspondent, richard engel. >> reporter: egypt is on alert. 20,000 soldiers and police deployed in cairo before just a minute's islamist and democratically elected president mohammed morsi goes on trial tomorrow. there could be violence. his supporters from the muslim brotherhood have been holding small weekly rallies in solidarity. morsi himself hasn't been seen in public since the military removed him by force in july. the last time morsi's followers gathered in large numbers, they were gunned down. hundreds killed. this is an awkward time for a visit by the u.s. secretary of state, kerry in cairo today backing egypt's military, never once mentioning morsi. expressing confidence, egypt's generals will restore democracy eventually. >> and i think it is important for all of us until proven otherwise to accept that this is the track egypt is on and to work to help it to be able to achieve
diplomatic ties where i wonder how that impacts that conversation like we're having right now. john kerry in saudi arabia, the timing of that interesting ahead of the big talks in geneva but also you have the prime minister of iraq visiting president obama last week. these are the neighboring countries. how about our relationships with those countries? how are those impacting our ability to negotiate with iran if at all? >> sometimes it's a controversial partner of the united states over the years. it's a major player in that part of the world, one of the most powerful countries, important to our presence in that part of the world and what happens in that part of the world. they're very unhappy with us at the moment. they're unhappy about syria which we didn't even mention because of what's going on there and the bloodshed that's going on there, 100,000 people killed and they're also concerned about these negotiations with iran and that we'll go soft on iran. there's nobody more concerned perhaps other than israel than about the iranian nuclear program than the saudis right across the gul
in the news secretary of state john kerry is in egypt this morning, he arrived overnight, the first visit to the country since the ouster of egyptian president morsi. which led the u.s. to suspend some aid to egypt. morsi goes on trial. >>> and new this morning, we're learning more about the condition of former south african president nelson mandela, he's at home now after spending 12 weeks at a hospital with a lung infection earlier this summer, saturday a close friend updated reporterses saying this. >> i am not ill. i'm just old. out of hospital. he's at home. >> all right the comments came during a question and answer session during a new movie about mandela's life that will be released in this country around thanksgiving. >>> denver broncos head coach john fox was rushed to the hospital on saturday after feeling light hearted. fox is expected to miss several games while he recovers. the broncos have the second best record in the nfl as of now. >>> some pieces of football history on sale in houston, texas, hundreds -- pay attention to this, bianna -- lined up to buy pieces of the hous
on the muslim brotherhood. 14 more brotherhood leaders are also going on trial today. john kerry visited on sunday and urged the military government to work toward restoring democracy and egypt is planning to hold a national referendum on an amended constitution. presidential and parliamentary elections are planned next year. >> obviously part of the roadmap and part of the process of strengthening egypt's linkages to the rest of the world will be measured in the way in which the people of egypt are sustained in their ability to have the right to assemble, the right to express themselves, but even as they do that we also agree no one should be allowed to practice violence with impunity. >> reporter: right now more than 20,000 police and soldiers are deployed across cairo to prevent violence and al jazeera dominick cain has more on the trial. >> reporter: these are the first pictures of mohamed morsi to emerge since he was deposed as president in july. >> translator: leaked by an egyptian newspaper they show him during a meeting with foreign dignitaries later that month and he said he
been in a secret location. as the anxiety here rises, secretary of state john kerry visited cairo to try to smooth over relations which are at the lowest point in decades. the u.s. has suspended hundreds of millions of dollars in aid as the military has cracked down on the population. more than 1,000 of morsi's supporters have been killed in clashes with security forces since he was deposed, and the fear that number could rise as the trial gets underway. abc news, cairo. >>> pediatricians say fighting obesity in children maybe easier if some kids get extra sleep. they studied children 8 to 11 and had half sleep eight hours a night and the other half 11 hours as recommended. those that slept more consumed 130 fewer calories. researchers discovered well-rested children had less appetites, and they are not awake as long to put food in their mouth. >> good point. interesting study. >> surprising. >>> the internet and social media have been shaking up nearly every single industry. and the music industry is no exception. >> last night, youtube tried to level the playing field with its o
in washington today on iran. secretary of state john kerry meeting with top senators and expecting to argue with new sanctions on that country. the white house has been encouraged by recent multilateral talks with iran. critics say iran is using the talks as a stalling tactic giving it more time to advance its nuclear program. >>> breaking news now. international officials confirming syria has destroyed all of its declared chemical weapons production and mixing facility. if that is true the assad regime has met a major deadline. the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons says that it has inspected 21 of the 23 chemical weapons sites across syria with two locations too dangerous for them to visit. and it has satisfied all of the country's -- we will continue to follow this story. >>> robert gates is getting ready for a new gig. the former secretary of defense was elected to the national board of the boy scouts of america. gates, a distinguished eagle scout, will serve as president-elect and take the rain reins for a two-year rain. he has continued his involvement with the boy s
john kerry negotiated the release of those prisoners. >> good news for those in the south in the weather forecast, things are warming up. >> good morning. >> briefly for the east coast, as well, but part of a weather system that is eventually going to cause problems, we're going to have to take the good with the bad. across the country, you can see the dividing line. we have the system that's been moving in to the midsection of the country, creating a lot of rain. ahead of that, we had a southerly flow. starting to get into the 60's, up and down the east coast and northeast. here's what we had as we get into tomorrow. remember those temperatures i just showed. there's a warm flow off the gulf. the front culls in. behind that, the temperatures will be falling. that means thursday, these temperatures surge, as well. as we look at all of that into tomorrow's highs, temperatures go up. washington, d.c. likely to get into the 70's, where as on the backside of the front, minneapolis drops down to 50 degrees. what we're also seeing is the wet weather in the midsection of the coun
. that's if she decides to run. in world news, secretary of state john kerry is in egypt today saying that suspending u.s. aid to the country is " not a punishment. " at a news conference in carol, kerrey of knowledge each it is--cairo, kerry acknowledged to egypt is facing difficult challenges and turbulent years. he's urging the digits to continue their march to democracy. but kerry held out the prospect that a vote could result in egypt. the u.s. withheld more than $1 billion in assistance to the country after the military toppled the government. >>darya: in china, the top military general and the volatile region of xinjiang has been replaced. the move appears to be linked to a terrorist threat in beijing. the attack happened october 28th when a man driving and as to be plowed through crowds before crashing in front of tiananmen updates. killing himself his wife and mother and two stores. no one has claimed responsibility for the attack but beijing landed on extremists seeking independence. >>anny: tropical storm sonya has now been downgraded to tropical depression that is hits-as
of state john kerry in route to poland right now as he continues a multi-national overseas trip. he wrapped up meeting with his sawedia rainian counterpart. they've been upset with the united states over recent mideast policy including allowing the syrian civil war to continue. >>> he may be a man without a country but he says his mission is accomplished. he says by revealing washington's secret spying programs, he has ignite a global debate over government surveillance. and just how much privacy we really have. cnn has the story from snowden's temporary refuge, moscow. >> reporter: in an open letter published in german magazine, edward snowden says he's no criminal and calls on citizens globally to hold their government's and intelligence services to act and make sure they operate within an acceptable framework. he says that the world now understands the problems of mass surveillance and he singles out the nsa and gshq as being the worst offenders. he also accuses some governments of orchestrating a witch hunt against people who tried to bring the activities to light. and he said now, and
after john kerry visited egyptian capital. clarissa ward is in cairo. good morning. >> reporter: good morning charlie and good morning, margaret. we were not allowed to take cameras into the courtroom with us but let me tell you, it was a very chaotic scene, when mohamed morsi first entered the room, half of the people started cheering and chanting "down with the military rule," and the other half of the room among them several egyptian journalists started shouting "execution, execution!" morsi himself was wearing a gray suit, appeared to look perfectly healthy. his codefendants from the muslim brotherhood were wearing white prison jump suits and they refused to acknowledge the legitimacy of the court, would not make a plea and not confirm they were represented by the defense laurs and the judge struggled to try to keep things calm. it was really a circus. the court case has been adjourned until january 8th which will make security forces happy because things are tense on the streets, a handful of morsi supporters behind me protesting and security forces out en masse and want to make
, john kerry, demanding answers. not only does he want to know why those warnings were ignored, the other is why are the suspect s not out with -- >> what did you get out of the 60 minutes feature last night? >> the fact that the people on the ground for the first time have come forward to tell their story about what happened and what they saw when they got to benghazi before 9-11 were the black flags of al-qaeda flying. they saw the red cross embassy attacked, the british ambassador, assassination attempt on him, and then the third thing that they put this on the internet was to take out our consulate in benghazi. this was all foreseeable and warnings were made to state department in washington and a cry for help was made by the ambassador, those cries for help were not responded to. >> the crazy thing as you pointed out, and you pointed it out in your letter, if you really want to get the guys that killed our guys, we know they're al-qaeda. that's our chief enemy out of all the islamic extremists, they did it. you say there is no reward next to their name and not on the most wanted list
by the name of babe ruth. >>> top secret meetings in washington. secretary of state john kerry and treasury secretary jack lew. they are trying to head off congressional action that could increase sanctions. >>> in the aftermath of the shooting death of trayvon martin, the city of sanford, florida, implementing new neighborhood watch rules. civilian volunteers on patrol will not be allowed to carry a gun. the details on the revamped rules will be announced november 5th. back in july, george zimmerman was found not guilty in the 2012 shooting of trayvon martin. >>> here's a something you should know the next time you open up your cup board for oregano or other spices. the fda says 12% of spices brought into the u.s. are contaminated with bugs, pest parts and hair. >>> apparently you can get busted for driving under the influence of google. a california woman claims she was stopped for speeding but when the officer saw she was wearing google glass, she got a second violation. >> what? >> california law forbids video screens ahead of the front seat unless it's something like a gps map. the wom
says are still in place today. >>> secretary of state john kerry is in saudi arabia for some serious fence mending. relations with its long standing ally have been strained by u.s. actions concerning iran, syria and egypt. mr. kerry is meeting with king abdullah. sawudi arabia is his second sto through the mideast, north africa and europe. >>> congratulations in order for our girl. she stopped by "new day" just a little while ago to talk with chris about her many accomplishments. she can add another one to her list. she came in first in the new york city marathon's hand cycling division. she came in at two hours, five minutes, 48 seconds. last month dentler was the first to compete in the iron man world championship. she is bad. >> about all you can say about her. she is amazing. >> first one to finish the hardest iron man in the world. she has a great message. the only limitations she says is the one you put on yourself. >>> karen mcginnis is in for another check of the forecast. hey, karen. >> we start the morning out with the only place reporting any delays are in new york. laguar
and only eight co-hosts. kerry washington will be the ninth, that will be tomorrow. nischelle turner and john berman here to talk about this and much more. what is going on with this? >> first of all we should say there's only one nine hosts in 39 years, going into the 39th season this year, one of the problems. there's been a lot of talk about this lately, what's going on with "saturday night live," why have there been no black women on the show. black cast members saying when they were looking for black female cast members we couldn't find anyone who was "ready" but now the talk is you know what? we don't get it, and this is a problem, and with pop culture today the people leading pop culture, the beyonces, rihannas, the first lady is african-american, why are there no african-american female on the cast, there are six new cast members, five of them are male, all of them are white. >> i can hear already somebody say why does it have to be about color? why is this a conversation? because of the point you just made if you're going to have a show about pop culture, you have to -- what
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